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    05-24-2022, 10:07 PM
    Are libertarianism and socialism diametrically opposed? The libertarian socialist would say no. The political philosophy of libertarian socialism categorically rejects state interference in social affairs and instead proposes the abolition of authoritarian institutions that inhibit freedom and justice. The rejection of state socialism and the current mixed economy define libertarian socialism. Instead, the libertarian socialism project calls for decentralized institutions that use direct democracy or voluntary associations to break up centralized institutions and institutions captured by rent-seeking capitalists. What is a Libertarian Socialist? The libertarian socialist believes in a free society, where individuals do not have to worry about being coerced by corporations or oppressive states. The political philosophy is focused on freedom and the individual’s quest to break free from institutions that shackle human thought and creativity.
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    05-22-2022, 10:48 PM
    Like the climate itself, Al Gore never changes.
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    05-20-2022, 10:46 PM
    Fair enough. I'll take whatever gets people to leave me alone.
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    05-19-2022, 12:25 AM
    Anarcho Capitalism refers to the philosophy that calls for the abolition of centralized states. In its stead, the state will be replaced by a system of private property which will be maintained by private institutions and civil society. Anarcho-capitalism is truly radical in the sense that it strikes at the root of societal problems and attempts to offer solutions to these problems through market forces. Given the philosophy’s relatively young age, anarcho-capitalist thought merits a proper analysis in order for novices to fully comprehend it. Understanding the Philosophy of Anarcho Capitalism The concepts of self-ownership and the non-aggression principle largely define anarcho capitalism. Individuals have full control of their lives and can pursue their own goals as long as they do not transgress on other people’s rights. The non-aggression principle makes it clear that individuals cannot encroach on the person or property of any other individual. The initiation of force against others is categorically rejected under this philosophy’s precepts. This does not only apply between regular individuals but also between the relationship of the individual and state.
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    05-15-2022, 11:41 PM
    Free speech is okay so long as it furthers your agenda.
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    05-10-2022, 09:37 AM
    What is classical liberalism? And what does it mean to be a classically liberal? Classical liberalism refers to the philosophy of individual liberty, property rights, and rule of law that dominated the West from the late 1700s until the mid-1900s. As history shows, however, words can take new meanings over time. The word liberalism has been in the English lexicon for centuries, but its definition has changed over the course of the 20th century. In fact, the changes have been so significant that political scientists have to qualify liberalism prior to the twentieth century as classical liberalism. By contrast, they have to refer to its modern variant as liberalism.
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    05-08-2022, 09:14 PM
    If that's the best they got, good.
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    05-04-2022, 12:39 PM
    What are “Negative Rights”? We all have rights as human beings in the United States. We have the right to attend school, go to college, work to obtain money, own property, and defend ourselves, but where do these rights start to infringe on others’ freedom? Negative rights define our freedoms and our right to have something without interference from outside forces. To define negative rights in the simplest manner, it’s one person’s right not to have another person interfere with their own liberties. Negative Rights Definition
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    She ranks right up there with Alfred E. Neuman and Bill the Cat as far characters who've run for office are concerned.
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